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Seraph on the Suwanee

Seraph on the Suwanee

by Hurston, Zora Neale

New York, NY: Scribners, 1948. First Edition. Hardcover. Good. Scribner, 1948. First edition with slug and A on copyright page. Plain light brown cloth. Lightly, evenly dulled spine. Gift inscription of former owner "For Harry Christmas 1948 To give you a touch of my native state - Jean (?). Association copy with ownership stamp of "Ann Watkins, Inc. 77 Park Ave. N.Y. 18". Watkins was Hurston's literary agent. It is said that "Seraph on the Suwanee" was... Read more
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$295.00
Les Recettes Originales de Michel Guerard: La Grande Cuisine Minceur

Les Recettes Originales de Michel Guerard: La Grande Cuisine Minceur

by Guerard, Michel

Paris, France: Editions Robert Laffont, 1976-01-01. Presumed 1st. Hardcover. Good+/No Dust Jacket Issued. Michel Guerard. Signed by Other. 446 pp. No dust jacket as issued. Presumed first with no additional printings listed on copyright page. Association copy, signed on both front flyleaves by Chef Gaspar Stantic, a world class chef, gourmet and a winner of several prizes and a few gold medals from the Culinary Olympics Competitions. Includes several beautiful color photographs of the dishes presented... Read more
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$75.00
The Dead Girl.

The Dead Girl.

by Thernstrom, Melanie

New York:: Pocket Books,, 1990.. First edition. Quarter Cloth. Very Good in Very Good dj. 430 pp., 8vo. Quarter-cloth hardcover in dj. First edition. Inscribed association copy; highly personal author inscription in pen on half-title pg to author Susan Dodd (Mamaw). Author's account of the disappearance and murder of her best friend. Very light shelfwear to boards & spine; light soiling to spine cloth. Binding tight. Slight soiling to textblock edges. Interior quite clean. Moderate edgewear... Read more
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$35.00
El Jardin: Birds Sing in Texas

El Jardin: Birds Sing in Texas

by Selle, Ralph A

Houston, Texas: Outdoor Nature Club, 1934. Several pinholes around the spine. Slight evidence of a label removed from the spine and remnants of a card pocket inside the rear cover, otherwise no library markings. Pencil notation to the endpapers. 186 pages with Index, Who's Who In Houston Ornithology, and an ad for another book by the author. The author's Note page, preceding the Contents page, states that El Jardin is Spanish for "the garden" and refers to El Jardin Ranch and El... Read more
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$25.00
The Arabian Stud Book 1918

The Arabian Stud Book 1918

by Brown, W. R

Arabian Horse Club of America, 1918-01-01. Hardcover. Acceptable. Signed by Other. Association copy. Gift inscription from W. R. Brown to Warren Delano IV on the front free end paper. W. R. Brown was the then-President of the Arabian Horse Club of America and author of the book's Preface. Warren Delano was a wealthy magnate and maternal uncle of Franlklin Delano Roosevelt. The book is clean and has a tight bind. I'm listing it in acceptable condition because the exterior leather boards are... Read more
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$55.00
THE DUTY AND AUTHORITY OF JUSTICES OF THE PEACE, IN THE STATE OF TENNESSEE

THE DUTY AND AUTHORITY OF JUSTICES OF THE PEACE, IN THE STATE OF TENNESSEE

by Haywood, John (comp.)

Nashville (TN): printed and sold by Thomas G. Bradford, 1810. 8vo.; 372, (7), (8)pp. Original full calf binding (edges and corners worn), leather spine label; three leaves with snags (binding faults?), resulting in the loss of a few letters; paper fault at edge of one leaf, resulting in the loss of several words. Still a sound copy for this book. First edition. A native of North Carolina, Haywood (1762-1826) moved to Tennessee in 1807 where he enhanced his already solid reputation as a jurist and... Read more
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$3,000.00
Born Brothers

Born Brothers

by Woiwode, Larry ( SIGNED )

Gordonsville, Virginia, U.S.A.: Farrar Straus & Giroux, 1988. Fine copy, in jacket with only the slightest edgewear, and a short closed tear. Warmly inscribed to a Canadian poet, and dated in year of publication. Overweight book.. Inscribed By Author. First Printing of the First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Near Fine. Association Copy.
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CA$35.00
Negligence in Law Being the Second Edition of Principles of the Laws of Negligence (Two Volumes complete)

Negligence in Law Being the Second Edition of Principles of the Laws of Negligence (Two Volumes complete)

by Beven, Thomas

London / Boston: Stevens and Haynes / the Boston Book Company, 1895. (UK) Second edition. Association copy with the name stamp of A.E. Branca who was a judge in British Columbia's Supreme Court and Court of Appeal, owner's signature as well, the covers and top edge of Volume Ii have been hit with water at some point leaving faint stains, the spine backstrips of both volumes are missing showing the brown paper beneath the original spine, rubbing and wear to cover edges and corner tips. Three... Read more
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$174.00
RAILROADING THE MODERN WAY

RAILROADING THE MODERN WAY

by Farrington, S. Kip, Jr

New York: Coward-McCann, Inc., 1951 Inscribed by Farrington on the half-title page, "To my friend Mary Louise Russell, a leading lady railroader, whose husband is loved & almost by all, off line & on, as he performs one of this country's finer jobs, for a great railroad, that like himself only operates the Modern Way. With my very best wishes, S. Kip Farrington Jr, 6/18/51." Mary Louise Russell was the wife of Donald Joseph Russell, president, director and member of the executive... Read more
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$60.00
Selected Poems [Inscribed Association Copy]

Selected Poems [Inscribed Association Copy]

by FERRINI, Vincent

Storrs: University of Connecticut. 1976. Inscribed by the author to the poet Edward Hyland "who's got the goods!" in 1978. Rubbing to the covers near the spine; else near fine in wrappers. A nice association copy between the Gloucester poet and Hyland, the poet from Manchester, who was one of the youngest writers to attend Breadloaf when he was 17 years old. Unless otherwise noted, our first editions are first printings. First Edition. Softcover. Near Fine.
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$75.00
The Flowering of New England, 1815-1865

The Flowering of New England, 1815-1865

by (WHITE, E.B.). BROOKS, Van Wyck

(n.p.): Dutton. 1936. A family association copy, inscribed by E.B. White to his wife: "To my wife Katharine - who flowered right in it./ August 1936." No signature, presumably because none would be needed between the two. Offsetting to endpages, faint edge stain, light general wear; very good, lacking the dust jacket. Unless otherwise noted, our first editions are first printings. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good.
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$1,750.00
Indian Mountain and Other Poems [Inscribed Association Copy]

Indian Mountain and Other Poems [Inscribed Association Copy]

by BRUCHAC, Joseph

Ithaca: Ithaca House. (1971). The second book, and first regularly published volume, by this writer of Abenaki descent, who has carved out a unique place in contemporary American Indian literature as a publisher, poet, novelist, anthologist, storyteller and chronicler of traditional stories. Warmly inscribed by the author to his grandmother: "For Grandma/ For her birthday./ July 4, 1972/ Love,/ Sonny." Joseph "Sonny" Bruchac was raised by his grandparents, and his grandmother influenced his early love of... Read more
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$375.00
Time and Tim Remembered: A Tradition of Bay Area Architecture: Pflueger Architects Timothy, Milton and John: The First Seventy-Five Years 1908 to 1983

Time and Tim Remembered: A Tradition of Bay Area Architecture: Pflueger Architects Timothy, Milton and John: The First Seventy-Five Years 1908 to 1983

by Pflueger, Milton T

San Francisco, Pflueger Architects, 1985, hardcover, First edition, Very Good in Very Good dustjacket. Association copy, Signed by the Author on the front endpaper and Inscribed to fellow author Lillian Baker 'Who would have done all this so much better!'. Straight, tight and clean with no markings, light spine-end and corner bumps. Dustjacket, corner and spine end bumps, in new Brodart sleeve. A retrospective of the work of Timothy Pflueger, Architect, centered on his work in California, primarily San... Read more
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$59.95
Observations

Observations

by MOORE, Marianne

New York: The Dial Press, 1924. A very good plus copy, internally fresh and clean, the spine label lightly chipped at edges and toned, a few small areas of wear to covers. 8vo. 120 pages. Original black half cloth, black boards, printed paper spine label, with an additional label mounted on rear pastedown. FIRST EDITION, first impression of Moore's second book of poetry, but the first published with her approval. The book won the Dial Award in 1924. PRESENTATION COPY, inscribed by Moore on the... Read more
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$4,000.00
Kitimat My Valley

Kitimat My Valley

by Varley, Elizabeth Anderson ( SIGNED )

Terrace: Northern Times Press, 1981. Fine copy, in a fine jacket, inscribed by Varley, and with the ownership signature of Jack Crosson.. Inscribed By Author. First Printing of the First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. Association Copy.
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CA$35.00
The Wet Parade

The Wet Parade

by Sinclair Upton

Pasadena, CA: Published by the Author, 1931-01-01. First THUS. Hardcover. Good. Published by the Author, 1931; no later printings indicated; ink stamp of Proletarec Library on front end page, almost certainly the Chicago-based "paper aimed at promoting socialism and the cultural values of the Slovenian population" which existed from 1906-1952; additional ex-library markings from the University of Minnesota. Webbing starting to peek through between Author's Works page and title... Read more
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$20.00
SIGNED ASSOC. COPY The Tongues of Angels

SIGNED ASSOC. COPY The Tongues of Angels

by Reynolds Price

Book Description: Atheneum, New York, 1990. Hardcover. 2nd printing. Book Condition: Near Fine. Binding is tight and square. Not remaindered. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. Just some very minor bumping — normal shelf wear. Not price clipped. No chips or tears. Beautiful copy.
Signed and inscribed by the author on the title page: "To Dabney Hart, Reynolds Price". Also included is a wonderful postcard to Dr. Hart on Price's personal card stock with his address — Reynolds Price, 4813 Duke Station,... Read more
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$300.00
La Salle

La Salle

by Vernon, John

Viking. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 1986. Hardcover. Signed by Author; 067080083X . Signed by author. Association copy signed on the title page and signed and inscribed on the half title for care given to "Ann (Vernon's wife) and her mother". Dated 12/30/1989. Map end pages; Not price clipped. Spine end chipped other wise minor edge wear in unclipped dust jacket. The Seattle Times writes of Vernon's work “If we’re living in a golden age for the historical novel,... Read more
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$30.00
Scars and Other Distinguishing Marks [Inscribed Association Copy]

Scars and Other Distinguishing Marks [Inscribed Association Copy]

by MATHESON, Richard Christian

Los Angeles: Scream. 1986. The World Fantasy Convention Edition. Foreword by Stephen King. Inscribed by Matheson to horror writer Stanley Wiater: "For Stan, and making a mark that feels good. Thanks for the support & faith. Your pal, R.C." With Wiater's Gahan Wilson-designed bookplate inside the front cover. Bottom inch of half title (with inscription) detaching, else near fine in wrappers. An uncommon edition signed, and a nice association. Unless otherwise noted, our first editions are first printings.... Read more
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$200.00
The Words of My Roaring

The Words of My Roaring

by Kroetsch, Robert ( SIGNED )

Toronto: Macmillan, 1966. About fine but for some wear to extremities, and numerous annotations in the author's hand. ( excerpts for readings, and ideas for editing ). Author's copy, with his ownership signature on the ffep.. Signed by Author. First Printing of the First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good +/Very Good. Association Copy.
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CA$60.00
Letters [Inscribed Association Copy]

Letters [Inscribed Association Copy]

by BARTH, John

NY: Putnam. (1979). An elaborately constructed epistolary novel. Inscribed by the author in the month prior to publication: "For Bill and Jean, two main characters in our family alphabet. Love, Jack. 9/79." The recipients were poet Bill Sylvester and his wife Jean, who got to know Barth and became close friends with him in the 1960s when both Sylvester and Barth were teaching at SUNY Buffalo. A nice literary and personal association copy. Barth won the National Book Award in 1973, and was one of the most... Read more
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$150.00
Charleston, South Carolina. With a foreword by Samuel Gaillard Stoney

Charleston, South Carolina. With a foreword by Samuel Gaillard Stoney

by Simons, Albert, and Samuel Lapham (eds.)

New York: Press of the American Institute of Architects, 1927. First edition, published as "The Octagon Library of Early American Architecture, Volume I". Folio. 176 pp. Profusely illustrated from photographs, plates, elevations, building and city plans. Inscribed by Stoney in 1955 and signed by the editors in 1958. Mangum Weeks's copy, with his ownership signature on a front endpaper and his pencil annotations scattered through the text; Weeks was an important voice in the historic... Read more
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$300.00
So Very Near: The Political Memoirs of the Honourable Donald M. Fleming (Volume Two: The Summit Years)

So Very Near: The Political Memoirs of the Honourable Donald M. Fleming (Volume Two: The Summit Years)

by Donald M. Fleming

McClelland & Stewart, c1985. Edition Unstated. Hardcover. Fine Condition/Near Fine. Association copy. Size: Octavo (standard book size). 755 pp. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. Light general shelf wear to dust jacket with slight creasing as well as a few minor chips and tears along edges. All edges clean, neat and free of foxing . National Trust Company stamp in front. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: Biography & Autobiography; #65761; Politics... Read more
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$38.00
Poetical Works [in Two Volumes]

Poetical Works [in Two Volumes]

by Herrick, Robert

Rare two-volume edition, 1825. Frontis, 288 pp.; 296 pp. Association copy once belonging to Henry Nelson Coleridge, husband of the poet's daughter Sara, with his signature on the title page of both volumes. A further inscription on the ffep, vol 1., from Ellen and Edith Coleridge, presenting the volumes to Donald M. Owen, classmate of Herbert Coleridge, who died aged 30, 1861. Blue leather boards, with some rubbing, now protected in mylar. Unique set.
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$295.00
Dry Tree: Poems

Dry Tree: Poems

by Clark, David R. ( SIGNED )

Dublin: Dolmen Press, 1966. Fine but for slightest bumping, in jacket with traces of soil. First ed. With a drawing by Bill Darr. Inscribed to " Sandy " ( poet Alexander Hutchison ), signed. 31 pages, 8vo.. Signed by Author. First Printing of the First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good. Illus. by Bill Darr. Association Copy.
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CA$30.00